CCIB PhD Student Sean McQuade wins Mistletoe Research Fellowship

CCIB PhD Student Sean McQuade from the Piccoli lab was awarded a Fellowship from the Mistletoe Foundation, which has a mission to build  “bridges between the academic, entrepreneurial, and civil communities to create a more human-centered and sustainable future through technology.” Out of over 300 applicants, thirty-six fellowships were awarded.  The fellowship has two components, a $10,000 … Read more of CCIB PhD Student Sean McQuade wins Mistletoe Research Fellowship

Assistant Professor David Salas de la Cruz awarded NSF Grant

Dr. David Salas from the Chemistry department is the principal investigator on a three-year, $344,609 grant from the National Science Foundation DMR for  “RUI: Collaborative Research: Understanding the protein-polysaccharide interactions of natural composite materials in one and two dimensions” The research is a  collaboration with his co-PI, Dr. Xiao Hu from Rowan University. Congratulations David! 

Congratulations 2018 CCIB Graduates!

Three CCIB PhD Students were hooded and awarded PhDs at the Spring Ceremony: Joseph Kawash (Grigoriev lab), Sruthi Murlidaran (Brannigan lab), and Catherine Guay (Nam lab).  Congratulations to the new Drs. Kawash, Murlidaran, and Guay, as well as their mentors!   Five CCIB MS Students received MS degrees at the Spring Ceremony:  Kristen Woods (Brannigan lab), Jim … Read more of Congratulations 2018 CCIB Graduates!

CCIB Research Highlights for Fall 2017

Phd Students Wenyi Wang, Linlin Zhao, and Dan Russo, their PI Dr Hao Zhu (Chemistry), and coauthors published  “Predicting Nano-bio Interactions by Integrating Nanoparticle Libraries and Quantitative Nanostructure Activity Relationship Modeling” in ACS Nano. Wenyi was also a Tox21 Student Award winner for the 6th annual meeting of the American Society for Cellular and Computational Toxicology. Congratulations Wenyi!  Grad Program Director Dr … Read more of CCIB Research Highlights for Fall 2017